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If I convert, must I have a beard?

While it is NOT a part of the core principles of Islam that you must maintain beard to be or stay Muslim, it is highly recommended part of the attire of a Muslim male. To some school of jurisdiction,...
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Does dying one's beard or hair black play a role in jihad?

Yes, dying hair black is considered permissible for the purpose of Jihad. This is has been noted in the writings of the Hanafis, Malikis, Shafi'is and Hanbalis. ويستثنى من ذلك المجاهد اتفاقا A ...
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Does making fun of the short beards of Muslims amount to kufr?

No, it doesn't. It equates to fusuq (evil-doing). Narrated `Abdullah: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Abusing a Muslim is Fusuq (i.e., an evil-doing), and killing him is Kufr (disbelief). Reference:...
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Why was I not allowed to pray in the first row?

The Hadith to be considered is: It was narrated that Jabir bin ‘Abdullah said: “The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: The best rows for men are the front rows and the worst rows are the back rows, ...
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Is the hadith about the mustache and beard of the envoys of Persia authentic?

The narration from at-Tabari's at-Tarikh The narration of imam at-Tabari is narrated via (see here at the beginning of the long narration): ابْنُ حميد Ibn Humayd -> سلمة الْأَبْرَشُ Salamah (al-...
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What is the context of this hadith: "Trim your moustaches and save the beard"?

The context of the hadith From an overall perspective one could speak of one hadith, but in fact there are many ahadith quoting the same with different wordings and addition see for example this ...
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Is growing a beard only appropriate for the elderly?

No. The basis for prescribing beards in Islam are the ahadith: ‏ انهكوا الشوارب، وأعفوا اللحى Cut the mustaches short and leave the beard (as it is). — Bukhari عشر من الفطرة قص الشارب وإعفاء اللحية ...
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Is growing a beard only appropriate for the elderly?

There is no specific age limit or requirement for growing a beard in Islam. The act of growing a beard is highly encouraged in Islam and is considered a part of the natural disposition and beauty of a ...
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Can I shave if my beard is uncomfortable?

Keeping a beard is prescribed in Islam as it has been commanded by the Prophet ﷺ (Bukhari 5893), and hence shaving it is haram according to the majority view (Mawsoo‘ah al-Fiqhiyyah 35/225) , ( Fiqh ...
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Will I be sinful for failing to convince my dad of his haram wealth, and benefiting from it?

First of all, you need to confirm that shaving beards is haram. Not all branches of islam sects agree on this. Shafis for example, says it is makrooh, not haram. Secondly, even if it is confirmed as ...
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Is there is any Hadith about the limit of cutting beard?

According to my research there is no disagreement (ikhtilaf) of our four imam on bread. Every imam have a bread in the limit of one hand. There are also the bread of 1 lac and 24 thousand prophet and ...
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Is trimming the hair below the bottom lip allowed?

According to this fatwa, there are two opinions, the strongest of which is that it isn't considered part of the beard and therefore shaving it is permissible.
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Can't grow a full beard due to injury and scar. What would it be suggested I do in Islam?

As you say, mostly shaving one's beard is considered forbidden: The four Sunni schools of Islamic law (madhhabs) also quite clearly mention the impermissibility of shaving the beard Darul Iftaa ...
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Are beards haram?

No. In fact, the Prophet had a beard himself: It was narrated from 'Uthman that: The Messenger of Allah performed ablution and ran his fingers through his beard. -- The Book of Purification and ...
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Are beards haram?

According to the Sunnah we should grow our beards and trim the moustaches.
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If I convert, must I have a beard?

If I convert, must I have a beard? Of note, albeit having beard from Islamic view of point --at least based on Shia Islam-- is regarded as a necessary/wajib (mandatory) act, but it doesn't mean that ...
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If I convert, must I have a beard?

No. You would still be considered as a Muslim. Growing beards is highly encouraged in Islam and considered as a Sunnah. But not growing one won't make you a non-Muslim.
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